Dental Facts on Dental Veneers

Numerous tooth restoration treatment exists that can be customized and crafted for each individual smile. If you are looking for a cosmetic dentistry treatment that can be crafted and customized to each tooth, one highly effective treatment to consider is dental veneers. Dental veneers, also referred to as porcelain veneers or porcelain dental laminates, can be used to enhance your smile and give your teeth the look you desire.

Even if you have extremely healthy teeth, they may not be as beautiful as you desire. Nature alone cannot always give people the color they desire in the teeth or the rotation that they are looking for. However dental veneers can restore your smile and can be crafted to give you a mouth masterpiece by adjusting each tooth’s color, size, shape, or length.

If you are looking for a stain-resistant tooth restoration, look no further than dental veneers. They can help to not only cover up deep stains and discolorations that may be present of teeth, but they are stain-resistant to prevent future stains from occurring. They’re also extremely durable as a single dental veneer can last up to a decade of use.

If you have a bad bite or misalignment in your smile, it would often require an orthodontic treatment. However, it may be possible to correct issues associated with misaligned teeth through the use of a dental veneer treatment. Dental veneers are firmly affixed to the fronts of teeth by removing a small amount of tooth enamel and can provide timely support without needing years of orthodontic therapy.

Seeking a better smile and better oral health without dental veneers is a difficult task to comprehend for individuals who seek true oral health superstardom. For more information on dental veneers or to schedule an oral exam or professional cleaning with Dr. Lida M. Vargas and our team at our dentist office in Fairfax, Virginia, please contact Virginia Dental Group at 703-385-3800.


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